Christian Gepp's Picture Gallery.
Christian Gepp who lives near Nuremberg in Germany is interested in old ocean liners, such as the Australis/American Star. He has just been to Fuerteventura in the past month, and whilst there he visited the wreck at Playa De Garcey. He wrote in an accompanying e-mail "You can see, that only a small part of the wreck is showing above the waterline. It is a curious feeling when you get to the beach and you look for the wreck. In your memories you see the ship and you await it, but now you see only the small ships side in the water - thats all. The sea has done a good job - sadly".
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Many thanks to Christian Gepp for his contribution to the site

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Regretfully I am "running down" the S. S. Australis website due to increasing family and health issues.

I may occasionally update the site if I receive a great story/photos from ex-crew only, if it is a new contact.

I know there are still stories to share from ex-crew all over the world, who haven't yet been in touch.

I am deeply moved by the interest and wonderful contributions from numerous passengers and crew over many years.


Warm regards.


You can send messages to me on this e-mail address:
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